107 Center Street

This simple c.1922 bungalow house has a gable roof, with a minimal rake board and a gabled front porch supported by triangular brackets. The exterior is clad with horizontal round edge drop wood siding. The front entrance porch retains the tongue and groove flooring and is supported by 4x4 wood porch posts with square spindles on the balustrade. The windows are typical of the bungalow style with original 6-pane windows located at the rear of the house. 1/1 aluminum windows exist on the front elevation with a aluminum slider in the gable of the main facade. Alterations include a non-historic entrance door with a screen.